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Into Eternity
Buried In Oblivion (Century Media)

By: Mike SOS

The virtuoso metal outfit known as Into Eternity is back with another dose of Canadian cacophony on BURIED IN OBLIVION, the band's latest 10-track metal opus. The quintet's stark metal sound is symphonic as death metal can be, with a huge chunk of guitar hero-doom thrown in for a mind boggling listening experience. Mesh the power of Dream Theater, Rush, and Strapping Young Lad, and what do you get? Into Eternity's musical wizardry, dear readers, and it is undeniable, even if the immense musical diversity at times may seem a bit contrived. Tracks such as the death growled "Embraced By Desolation" and the adrenaline draining "Beginning of the End" embody the perfect meeting of progressive and death metal, keeping the overall sound ultra-heavy and extremely grandiose without losing any ground. While those that feel less is more may feel musically hung-over after a few tracks, those that endorse shredding guitars, endless solos, and countless time signature changes need to add this to their collection.
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